The Boch Center is one of the nation’s leading nonprofit performing arts institutions and the guardian of Boston’s historic Wang and Shubert Theatres.

Through numerous educational and community outreach initiatives, collaborations, and partnerships, the Boch Center strives to inspire and ignite a greater appreciation for art, culture, and creativity. The Boch Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks diversity in its workforce.

MANAGER OF BUDGETING & FINANCIAL REPORTING

DESCRIPTION

Responsible for preparing and distributing monthly consolidated financial statements for all entities.  Prepares and compiles annual operating budgets for all departments and distributes budget performance reports.  Prepares budget re-forecasts and various other ad hoc reports as needed. Assists with required monthly reconciliations and closing responsibilities and with special projects as needed.    

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree and experience in Accounting and/or Finance including financial reporting.
  • Excellent organizational, analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Computer experience including financial information systems and PC applications including Microsoft Office. Advanced Microsoft Excel and database skills preferred.
  • Detail oriented and possess effective oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and achieve timely completion.
  • Possess an appropriate sense of urgency.
  • Demonstrate a team service attitude to colleagues and vendors.
  • Ability to embrace change.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality relating to all financial information.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES

  • Prepares and distributes monthly consolidated financial statements for all entities.
  • Prepares and compiles budgets for all departments and issues budget to actual reports to department heads.
  • Acts as the primary liaison between the finance department and various managers regarding departmental budgets.
  • Performs various financial statement analysis including investigating and resolving identified issues.
  • Responsible for the timely updating of the Events & Functions Net Contribution Projection.
  • Responsible for updating Charity Navigator & Guidestar on an annual basis.
  • Responsible for the monthly analysis, posting and reconciliation of various general ledger accounts including investment and sponsorship activity.
  • Assists with the preparation & timely filing of annual property tax forms.
  • Assists with the preparation of various schedules required for the annual financial statement audit and Form 990 tax reporting.
  • Assists with the implementation of improvements to various accounting and operational processes and procedures.
  • Assists with the efficient administration and timely completion of the annual audit.
  • Maintain, archive and dispose financial records in accordance with established policies.
  •  Assists the Chief Financial Officer, Controller & Senior Management with special projects.

TO APPLY 

Please forward resume and references to:
John Perkins, Chief Financial Officer at jperkins@bochcenter.org 

INTERNSHIP - THEATRE SERVICES, SPRING 2022

Description:

The Boch Center is a nonprofit innovator and steward of iconic venues, providing arts, entertainment, cultural, and educational experiences to the Greater Boston community.

The Boch Center is an equal opportunity employer, and is looking for a Theatre Services Intern that is currently studying Arts Administration or a related field. The ideal candidate would like to gain insight and experience in the administrative side of the nonprofit arts world and thrives in a busy, fast-paced environment. The Theatre Services Intern will work closely with the Group Sales Department within the Theatre Services team.

Duration: January – April, 2022

Hours: Part-time, flexible (8-16 hours a week)

Reports to:  Director of Sales & Corporate Development

Main tasks: 

•      Answer incoming calls and voicemails

•      Assist in processing and mailing group orders

•      Conduct market research and outreach to potential group sales clients

•      Assist in proofing and updating group sales materials

•      Maintain and organize department files

•      Data entry and cleanup

Additionally:

•       Assist House Manager in responding to lost and found inquiries and pick ups

•       Ensuring office inventory is adequately stocked

•       Other departmental assignments as may become necessary

 

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have the ability to take ownership over projects, work proactively, have great attention to detail, be web and computer proficient (including experience with Excel), have good written communication skills, and a strong interest in arts and culture.

 

How To Apply:
Please send a cover letter outlining your interest and a resume to Joe Donlavey, Director of Sales & Corporate Development, at jdonlavey@bochcenter.org. Please include your name and “Theatre Services Internship” in the subject line. Applicants are encouraged to apply by December 10 for the Spring 2022 semester.   

 

Apply by:
December 10, 2021

 

Salary:
This is an unpaid, credit-based, internship.

 

About this Organization:

The Boch Center [formerly Citi Performing Arts Center] is one of the nation’s foremost nonprofit performing arts institutions. As guardian of historic venues—the Wang and Shubert theatres—Boch Center honors all aspects of the arts. Through numerous community outreach educational efforts, collaborations, and partnerships, Boch Center strives to educate and inspire greater appreciation for creativity as an essential component to the fabric of our society.

The Boch Center is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity in the workplace.

 
As New England’s largest cultural venue, it honors all aspects of the performing arts offering theatre, opera, classical and popular music, one-night engagements, and Broadway musicals. As a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization located in Boston’s historical Theater District, Boch Center offers a diverse mix of award-winning and free educational and community programs; collaborates with artists and local performing arts organizations, and acts as a champion for the arts in the Greater Boston community by helping to make the arts an integral part of the community’s collective, daily experience.